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Single vehicle crash near Boise leaves Oklahoma man injured

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A one-vehicle crash in Ada County blocked traffic on State Highway 21 for roughly 2½ hours, police said.

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A one-vehicle crash in Ada County blocked traffic on State Highway 21 for roughly 2½ hours, police said.

At 6 p.m. Sunday a 24-year-old Oklahoma man was driving southbound on Highway 21 at a “high rate of speed,” when his 2002 BMW M3 left the road and rolled, according to a news release from Idaho State Police.

The vehicle landed on its roof in a small ravine, police said.

According to the news release, the man was wearing a seat belt . He was taken to a local hospital by air ambulance. A State Police spokesperson did not have any additional information as of Monday morning.

The incident is under investigation by State Police.

This story was originally published May 16, 2022 8:46 AM.

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Alex Brizee covers breaking news and crime for the Idaho Statesman. A Miami native and a University of Idaho graduate, she has lived all over the United States. Go Vandals! In her free time, she loves pad Thai, cuddling with her dog and strong coffee.
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